North American festival and theater tour with Duluth, Minnesota indie bluegrass band. Bonaroo, House Of Blues, Red Rocks, Telluride Folk Fest, Winnipeg Folk Fest, Radio City Music Hall
Club, theater and support touring with favorite Duluth, Minnesota slow-core darlings. Chicago Theater, Massey Hall, Tower Theater, Riverside Theater, Louisville Palace
Does anybody remember the 90’s? Shoe gazing & MTV? SNL, Roseland Ballroom, Shoreline Amphitheater, Pine Knob Amphitheater, Gorge Amphitheater, Downing Stadium, Reading Festival
Tracy’s comeback record/tour ‘New Beginning’. Just Gimme One More Reason and such. David Letterman Show, The Academy NYC, Royal Oak Theater, Aladdin Theater
East Coast ~ West Coast. North American fly-date promo tour across the country back across and back again with U.K. fav’s. Hollywood Palladium, Whisky A-Go-G0, Lee’s Palace, Irving Plaza
Short indy lawn-chair van tour with this great Chicago band opening up for acclaimed group, Live.
Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Bonnie Raitt, Steve Earle, John Prine, Arlo Guthrie, Greg Brown, B.B. King, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Martin Sexton, Taj Mahal, Nickel Creek, Bela Fleck & The Flecktones.
Just about everybody came through in the 90’s: Nirvana, Screaming Trees, Soundgarden, Nine Inch Nails, Lenny Kravitz, Pearl Jam, Mazzy Star, Alex Chilton, Hawkwind, TAD, The Black Crowes, Naked Raygun, The Pixies, Killing Joke, Johnny Thunder, KMFDM, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult.
Jazz and disco mainly if I recall correctly. Stanley Jordan, Stanley Clark, Tito Puente, Freddie Hubbard, Al Di Meola, George Clinton, Cracker, Astrud Gilberto, Rupaul, Right Said Fred, The Village People.
A labor of love with these boys. Ike was the first band I worked with out of high school.
Coolio, Doo Rag, Possum Dixon, Poster Children, Yo La Tengo, Brainiac, The Coctails, Geraldine Fibbers, Laika, The Pharcyde, Built to Spill, Redman, Dirty Three, Mike Watt, Hum, The Roots, Blowhole, Psychotica, Patti Smith, Overpass, Moby, Superchunk, Beck, Swirlies.
1990’s Chicago Irish rock band. Indy van tour. Couch surfing at it’s best!
The studio is home to an 11-foot Yamaha grand piano and a Felgemaker Opus 664 ~ a two-manual 26-rank organ with 1,493 pipes.
The nationally recognized Sacred Heart Studio is a superior recording venue for any music genre—classical, rock and roll, jazz, folk, country and blues.
The studio features a large selection of vintage analog and state-of-the-art digital equipment, including a 24-track tape machine, 48-track Pro Tools recording system, two grand pianos, a Hammond organ with Leslie cabinet, vintage guitar amps and the Felgemaker pipe organ.
Sacred Heart’s main sanctuary provides magnificent acoustics, and, for a unique influence on sound and ambience numerous other recording spaces are available—confessionals, choir loft, vestibule, altar, bell tower and the marble-tiled bathrooms.
Touring and venue Front of House audio mixer, Band Engineer and Production Manager.
Owner/Engineer at Duluth, Minnesota Sacred Heart Recording Studio, plus 32-channel remote recording.
Over 25 years of live audio engineering. Experience in both wedges and IEMs.
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